Podcast

  • A Missionary Brings Konza Catholic Around the World - KCP 113

    Join us for a very special Thirsty Thursday edition of the Konza Catholic Podcast as Fr. Drew talks to our friend Morgan Ayers. Morgan is a missionary who has served the poor in many different parts of the world, and we're so excited to share her witness with you all. We hope you are as inspired as we are.

     

  • The Fr. Kerry Wakulich Episode - KCP 112

    Join us for a VERY relaxed episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as Fr. Gale and Fr. Drew sit down with their good friend Fr. Kerry Wakulich. Fr. Kerry is the pastor of the Student Center at Oklahoma State, and has lots of great things to say about friendship, the priesthood, and Fr. Gale.
  • It's Never Too Late to Become A Saint - KCP 111

    Join us for another Thirsty Thursday as Vaughn Kohler explains, through stories from his family and the life of a Saint, why it's never too late to become a Saint.
  • Fr. Gale Receives a Major Award, and 20,000 Meals! - KCP 110

    Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as we discuss some guy named Gayle Hammerschmidt being named Manhattan's clergy person of the year. After that, we move on to celebrating one year and 20,000 meals of the Konza Student Table, which helps us reflect on service generally. 

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  • Ephesians 5: Paul's Controversial Love Story - KCP 109

    Join us for another Thirsty Thursday as Fr. Drew explains one of the most controversial chapters of Scripture: Ephesians Chapter 5. Listen to learn the deep beauty and love behind Paul's words to married couples, and feel free to share with anyone who struggles with this teaching.
  • Heresy 101: Seven Things We Don't Believe - KCP 108

    Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as we discuss heresy: How do you become a heretic? What are some of the most important heresies? What do they tell us about the human heart? All this and more in this informative and fun episode. To see Fr. Drew in a Sumo suit, check out our Facebook page.
  • Meet Father Matt - KCP 107

    Join us for a very special Thirsty Thursday as Fr. Gale introduces his new associate, Fr. Matt Davied! Father Matt is a K-State and Izzy's grad, and we're so excited to have him back. He and Father Gale talk about why college ministry is so special, and much more!
  • All the Questions You Never Asked - KCP 106

    Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as the Fathers answer questions all about the Catholic faith. This is a very fun and informative episode, as topics cover everything from Frederick II of the Holy Roman Empire, to the Cardinal Virtues.
  • St. Oscar Romero: The Grain of Wheat that Dies

    Join us for another Thirsty Thursday as Father Drew breaks down the story of one of his heroes, the great Salvadoran Martyr Oscar Romero. He discusses his courage and devotion to the Eucharist and the poor, and why we can all look to this great Saint as an inspiration for our own lives.
  • "Yesterday Our Lives Were Fun, Today They Mattered" - KCP 104

    Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as Father Gale and Father Drew celebrate the feast of St. John Vianney, patron of Priests. We take the moment to share stories about this great saint, then move on to discussing the priesthood in general, and how the Fathers have experienced it. This is a great episode to share with any young man you think would make a good priest!
  • Five Moves, Nine Months - KCP 103

    Join us for another Thirsty Thursday as Fr. Gale breaks down some of the key things he's learned from his experience of moving five times in the last nine months. Learn about attachment, detachment, and much more! 
  • Jesus' Most Controversial Teaching - KCP 102

    Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as the gang breaks down one of the most important (and most controversial) moments from the Gospels: John Chapter 6. Hear about why we can trust Jesus in this moment, and what to do if belief is difficult. As always, thanks for listening, and please subscribe, share, and review the show.